The departure of one elder activist on the eve of the arrival of one so young symbolizes, bittersweetly, the passing of a torch.
Removing portraits of French President Emmanuel Macron was an inspiring way for activists to "take him down" for failing on climate justice.
Talking Radical Radio
Sometimes, in the course of political action, people get arrested. Legal worker Macdonald Scott talks about the work of the Movement Defence Committee.
Sep 18, 2019
251 Dundas St.London , ON
Event in celebration of the UN International Day of Peace
Aug 29, 2019
MP Freeland's Office
344 Bloor St WestToronto , ON
Demonstration outside of Minister Freeland's office in support of Venezuela
Aug 29, 2019
NATO Association of Canada Office
48 Yonge StToronto , ON
Monthly protest against NATO during its 70th anniversary year
Sep 12, 2019
Workers Action Centre
720 Spadina Avenue, 2nd Floor - Room 202Toronto
The Trudeau Formula, book launch and audience Q&A with author Martin Lukacs
Resident Paul Raun was recently notified by Burlington by-law enforcement that he must cut and remove overgrown weeds on his property. The problem is, he has no weeds, only native plants.
Burlington declared a climate emergency this spring. But the city has violated its own bylaws by forcibly cutting down a resident's naturalized garden, a research-proven climate solution.
The role of libraries in our communities is changing. Olivia Robinson talks about why she chose libraries as her focus for her Jack Layton Journalism for Change Fellowship with rabble.ca.